is a co-founder and co-director of RepoComedy. Originally hailing from Missouri, Tucker started performing on stage at the age of six and has enjoyed making people chuckle ever since. He recently graduated from Northwestern University, where he improvised for the long-form organization the Titanic Players, the short form/sketch group Mee-Ow and spent 4 years as an actor for Northwestern Sketch Television. He has taken improv and sketch classes at The Second City, The Skinny Improv and the Missouri Fine Arts Academy and appeared with Mee-Ow in 2011 at the Traverse City Comedy festival, where he performed alongside comedians Brett Gelman, Aubrey Plaza, and Jeff Garlin. Tucker likes calling people ‘Cracker’. Follow @TuckaMay or www.TuckerMay.com for more info.
Raised in Sacramento, Molly is just a normal California girl.* She relocated to Los Angeles to attend Loyola Marymount University where she studied Theater Arts and English Literature. While attaining her degree in poverty, Molly toured with a theater company where she played the role of a sparrow. She has performed in Dusseldorf, Berlin, Bonn, The Moscow Art Theater, Northern California and Los Angeles. Today she lives in Hollywood, works in post-production and performs routinely with a couple indie improv groups.
is a writer, actress, singer, and self producing artist currently spending as much time as her health allows, immersing herself in the Los Angeles comedy scene, watching comedy shows, taking sketch/improv classes, and performing with her improv troupes Insert Here and Momgerie. Previously she was the International Artistic Director for the Midtown International Theatre Festival, Managing Director of Manhatten Theatre Source, and a 2001/2002 Dorothy Haas Acting Apprenticeship at the prestigious Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. She produced and starred in the Pizza Man, nominated for three Midtown International Theatre Festival Awards, as well as short film Previous Tenants, which was an official selection of the Big Apple, New Filmmakers, and Twin Rivers Film Festival. Susan produced Outroverted and her comic One Woman Show, Renaissance, at the 2007 Midtown International Theatre Festival where it was nominated for Best One Act.
Dan Millstein is the only person you know from New Hampshire, where his excellent performance in multiple spelling bees eventually led him to Northwestern University. He studied improv at iO before moving to LA, where he works for a talent management company, writes and performs sketch with RepoComedy, and jumps on trampolines. Follow him @dmillstein.